Selections for Punchestown – Mar. 1st 2021

1.45: BLACK TEARS (JACK KENNEDY/GORDON ELLIOTT) 2.15: CAVALLINO (PAUL TOWNEND/WILLIE MULLINS) 2.50: PAPAL LODGE (JACK KENNEDY/GORDON ELLIOTT) 3.25: GOLF MARIN (MARK WALSH/TONY MARTIN) 4.00: DALTON HIGHWAY – EW – (JACK KENNEDY/DERMOT WELD) 4.30: MERRY DOYENNE – EW – (DECLAN QUEALLY (3)/DECLAN QUEALLY) 5.00: ROCKONROCALL – EW –(TREVOR RYAN (5)/EDDIE O’GRADY) 5.30: MIGHTY POTTER (JAMIE CODD/GORDON ELLIOTT) Continue reading Selections for Punchestown – Mar. 1st 2021

Selections for Naas – Feb. 28th 2021

2.00: CILAOS EMERY (PAUL TOWNEND/WILLIE MULLINS) 2.30: SCHOOL BOY HOURS (MARK WALSH/NOEL MEADE) 3.00: ECHOES IN RAIN (PAUL TOWNEND/WILLIE MULLINS) 3.30: TOUGHARI – EW – (SEAN O’KEEFFE/TOM MULLINS) 4.00: PONT DU GARD (MARK WALSH/JOSEPH O’BRIEN) 4.30: GREAT BEAR (DARRAGH O’KEEFFE/TOM GIBNEY) 5.00: TAKARENGO – EW – (JACK FOLEY (7)/TOM MULLINS) 5.30: GERRI COLOMBE (JAMIE CODD/GORDON ELLIOTT) Continue reading Selections for Naas – Feb. 28th 2021

Dunboyne’s Vikki Wall is the 2020 TG4 Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year

The Meath Ladies shone brightest as the award ceremonies for the 2020 season contiuned over the weekend, with seven members of Eamonn Murray’s side making the Intermediate Team of the Year list. To put extra icing on an already sweet … Continue reading Dunboyne’s Vikki Wall is the 2020 TG4 Intermediate Players’ Player of the Year

Selections for Fairyhouse – Feb. 27th 2021

1.10: TEAHUPOO (ROBBIE POWER/GORDON ELLIOTT) 1.45: DARASSO (MARK WALSH/JOSEPH O’BRIEN) 2.17: BREAKEVEN (SEAN O’KEEFFE/TOM MULLINS) 2.52: ACAPELLA BOURGEOIS (DANNY MULLINS/WILLIE MULLINS) 3.25:HIGH SPARROW (JJ SLEVIN/JOSEPH O’BRIEN) 4.00: THUNDEROSA – EW – (RACHAEL BLACKMORE/DERMOT MCLOUGHLIN) 4.35: MISTER BUTLER – EW – (KEVIN BROUDER/CHARLES BYRNES) 5.10: GLENGOOLY (PATRICK MULLINS/WILLIE MULLINS) Continue reading Selections for Fairyhouse – Feb. 27th 2021

Lennon departs Celtic hotseat

Neil Lennon’s second spell as Glasgow Celtic manager has come to an end after the former Armagh Gaelic footballer vacated the Hoops’ hot seat. The fiery redhead, who enjoyed a decorated playing career at both Leicester City and Celtic, has paid the price after his erstwhile charges have become tailed off behind Steven Gerrard’s rampant Rangers outfit. During his second stint in charge, the green and white accumulated another five trophies, including completing another treble last December. In football nowadays, where results rapidly outweigh loyalty, that he has departed wouldn’t really be a major shock. However, even from the tone … Continue reading Lennon departs Celtic hotseat